TheCarConnection.com sees few complaints about the 2008 Acura TSX's comfort and quality.
Cars.com is quite enthusiastic about this year's Acura TSX's "deeply bolstered seats that are upholstered in perforated leather...[offering] excellent support." ConsumerGuide is in accord, praising this 2008 Acura's "firm, supportive seats...bolstered to keep occupants secure in spirited driving," but noting that back-row "leg support is lacking due to a short seat cushion."
Edmunds assures potential buyers that the 2008 Acura's "interior is...plenty roomy, offering almost the same amount of front and rear-seat legroom as the uplevel TL" and says it offers "comfortable seating for four passengers." ConsumerGuide, however, notes that the 2008 Acura TSX's "back row headroom is tight for six-footers," although "there's surprisingly good leg and toe space even with the front seats fully aft."
Cargo space is apparently nothing to shout about aboard this 2008 Acura; ConsumerGuide reports that it is "not bountiful, but good for a compact, and most all the space is usable...cabin storage is just adequate." Edmunds reports that the Acura TSX's "trunk space measures 13.2 cubic feet, a bit below average for this type of car."
Overall, Kelley Blue Book is highly impressed with the quality of the interior, declaring that it is "where the magic begins. The 2008 Acura TSX's interior is clad in the finest materials, far superior to anything in its price range," while ConsumerGuide describes it simply as "quite refined."
Noise levels inside the Acura TSX are minimal; according to ConsumerGuide, "Tire noise intrudes some on coarse pavement but isn't enough to be bothersome. Wind rush is minimal."